Saturday, February 21, 2009

Praying Into The Void

So this is it. The beginning and the end. This blog has a special emphasis on under-appreciated bands of the '90's, and Suicide Nation rank at the top. Black metal, grindcore, the sweaty chaos of living room shows, and blunt atheism... it was all harnessed and re-released in a cohesive tapestry by these five Arizona minstrels. The best material by them is always a little rough and ugly, but I wouldn't have it any other way. These two tracks, "A Prayer To The Void" and "City Of Demise" are superbly representative of this tradition and are essential if you enjoy the band's first LP. You can pick up their entire discography on this site, minus the second LP which is available here. If you know of any other vinyl output by SN that I've missed, please let me know!

The 7"


chase said...

Thanks for all the awesome AZ shit!

Batguano said...

No problem, man.

7inchcrust said...

this band fucking rules!i m going to get them from the old posts,i missed them before and thats my fault cos most of the records posted here are great, the rest are just awesome. :)


Zmaj said...

Thaaaaank you! Can't seem to get enought of Suicide Nation ever since your Sun-Blackened Metal post.